the act or state of conquering or the state of being conquered; vanquishment.
the winning of favor, affection, love, etc.:
the conquest of Antony by Cleopatra.
a person whose favor, affection, etc., has been won:
He’s another one of her conquests.
anything acquired by conquering, as a nation, a territory, or spoils.
the Conquest, Norman Conquest.
the act or an instance of conquering or the state of having been conquered; victory
a person, thing, etc, that has been conquered or won
the act or art of gaining a person’s compliance, love, etc, by seduction or force of personality
a person, whose compliance, love, etc, has been won over by seduction or force of personality
the Conquest, See Norman Conquest
(Canadian) the Conquest, the conquest by the United Kingdom of French North America, ending in 1763
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[self-kon-shuh s, self-] /ˈsɛlfˈkɒn ʃəs, ˌsɛlf-/ adjective 1. excessively aware of being observed by others. 2. conscious of oneself or one’s own being. self-conscious adjective 1. unduly aware of oneself as the object of the attention of others; embarrassed 2. conscious of one’s existence
[self-kon-si-krey-shuh n] /ˈsɛlf kɒn sɪˈkreɪ ʃən/ noun 1. the act of setting oneself to a task or vocation without ordination by others or by a religious body.
[self-kon-si-kwuh ns, self-] /ˈsɛlfˈkɒn sɪ kwəns, ˌsɛlf-/ noun 1. self-important character or quality; self-importance.
[kon-ser-vey-shuh n] /ˌkɒn sərˈveɪ ʃən/ noun 1. the act of conserving; prevention of injury, decay, waste, or loss; preservation: conservation of wildlife; conservation of human rights. 2. official supervision of rivers, forests, and other natural resources in order to preserve and protect them through prudent management. 3. a district, river, forest, etc., under such supervision. […]